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FS Marston Mat - Aluminum Marsden Matting

FS Aluminum Marston Mat - Marsden Matting
These US Military 18 in. x 10 ft. “mats” interlock to create temporary and mobile landing strips.
Use on building quick runways for aircraft,
2 X pieces straight with all the cleats on the edge.
That's right we have 2 of them for sale and they are very heavy duty.

Stuck? Put em down and drive away.

$199 for members + shipping.
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